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Patrick Duncan, French research scientist. Recipient research studentship, Natural Environment Research Council United Kingdom, 1971, Serengeti Topi Project award, East African Wildlife Society, 1971; scholar Minor scholar, Wadham College Oxford, 1969, Leverhulme scholar, Royal Society, 1970.

Background

Duncan, Patrick was born on February 14, 1948 in Maseru, Lesotho. Son of Patrick Baker and Cynthia Kathleen Duncan.

Education

Bachelor, Oxford University, England, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Nairobi University, Kenya, 1975.

Career

Researcher Station Biology Tour du Valat, Arles, France, 1975-1985. Visiting scholar Wolfson College, Cambridge, England, 1983—1984. Director Station Biology Tour du Valat, 1985-1990.

Research director Center Research Wildlife Biology Chizé National Centre for Scientific Research, France, 1990-1999. Director Chizé Center, France, since 1999.

Works

Membership

Chairman International Union for Conservation of Nature, Equid Specialist Group, 1988-1997. Member French Global Environment Fund (science committee member since 1999), French National Stud(science committee member), European Tropical Biology Association (board member since 1999), Order of the British Empire.

Connections

Married Alison Phillips, December 22, 1981. 1 child, Patrick.

father:
Patrick Baker

mother:
Cynthia Kathleen Duncan

spouse:
Alison Phillips

child:
Patrick Duncan